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Chapter-2 Oracle architecture in Nutshell. Detail explaination about Oracle database basic architechture for DBA study and presentation for easy understand.

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Remote Dba Team Oracle Architecture In Nutshell

  1. 1. Oracle Architecture in Nutshell 1Z0-042 Oracle Administration I Chapter-2
  2. 2. DBA learning by presentation offered by DBAMETRIX Solutions. This all presentations have been prepared by  Gitesh P Trivedi. Gitesh Trivedi has work excellent 14 years  experience in DBA field and as consultant faculty.  For more details please contact to www.dbametrix.com or gitesh@dbametrix.com or giteshtrivedi@yahoo.com 
  3. 3. There are two components of Oracle Software. First is Database component.  Second is Instance component.  There are lots of sub components attached with these parent components.  In this chapter we will get depth study of  each component. 
  4. 4. There are 2 sub-components of Database layout. First called as Physical Structure of  Database. Second called as Logical Structure of  Database. Both sub-components have own properties.  Both sub-components have own importance.  
  5. 5. Database LOGICAL Database PHYSICAL Database
  6. 6. Physical database structure contains following layouts. Control files  Datafiles Redo Log files  Parameter file (init.ora and spfile.ora)  Password file  Trace files (including alert.log)  Audit files (if sys audit is enabled in database).  All are equally important for database.   
  7. 7. There is no physical identity for logical structure of database. Schema  Tablespace  Segment  Extent  Oracle block  
  8. 8. Each database logically divides in to one or more tablespaces. Each tablespace consists with one or more physical  datafile. Total size of datafiles in the database is the total size  of database. Each tablespace contains one or more logical  segments. Each segment contains with extents.  Each tablespace contains more than one extents. Each extents contains contagious Oracle data blocks.   
  9. 9. Tablespace contains number of schema or extents Schema contains number of segments Segment contains No of extents Extent contains Oracle cont. blocks Oracle Data Block
  10. 10. Oracle data block is the finest unit of Oracle database. Extent is made by contiguous oracle blocks. Segment contains one or more extents.  Schema is made up by one or more segments.  Tablespace contains one or more schema.  Means logical tablespace divides in to logical Oracle data  blocks.  Logical tablespace contains one or more PHYSICAL  datafile. Each Oracle data block occupies physical Operating  system’s block. Actually finest physical unit is Operating System block.  
  11. 11. Instance populates in Memory. It consists with System Global Area and background processes.  When Database starts Oracle server reads  parameter meter file for allocating SGA. Sub-components of SGA and background  processes started called “instance started”. Populated in memory region of server.  
  12. 12. rrrrr Irrrrrrr O C Log o Buffer Cache Shared Pool n Buffer S tr Java Pool Large Pool Stream Pool LGWR
  13. 13. At startup of database Oracle server reads Parameter file for parameters about SGA’s sub- components like buffer cache, log buffer, shared  pool, java pool etc. It allocating granules for these all sub parts of SGA. Simultaneously mandatory background processes are started like SMON, DBWR, LGWR, CKPT, PMON.  If instance was crashed during past shutdown or  abnormal shutdown was performed then Instance recovery will be enabling during Instance start.   Instance recovery held by SMON.
  14. 14. SMON is called System Monitor. Performs Instance recovery.  Performs temporary segment allocation and de-allocation.  Performs coal lesion of tablespace  fragmentations. Mandatory background process for Instance.  If died or killed then Oracle instance will crash.  
  15. 15. DBWR is called Database Writer. Writes buffers from Database Buffer Cache to datafiles.  May be one or more DBWR process available in  Database. Shadow process called slave process can be configured.  More DBWR writes faster on disk. When CKPT triggers, DBWR writes data dirty buffers in to datafiles.  Maximum processes are available 20.  
  16. 16. CKPT is called as Checkpoint process. It triggers when empty buffers are needed in Buffer Cache. It updates control file and data file’s header with system change no.  It is very useful for synchronization of data.  Types of ckpt are full checkpoint, fast checkpoint, local checkpoint and  global checkpoint.  During fast checkpoint it contains checkpoint queue which reflects in  controlfile and log buffer with respective SCN number. It controls instance recovery time.  During redo log switch it also occurs. We can perform manual checkpoint using command “alter system  checkpoint”  During shutdown normal, transactional, immediate it occurs.  During tablespace taking online or offline it also occurs. It occurs while issuing command “alter system switch logfile”   
  17. 17. LGWR is called as Log Writer Process. It writes from Redo log buffer to Redo log files. During commit operation, LGWR writes data  from log buffer to redo log file.  If log buffer is 1/3 full then also it flushes data  in to redo log file. It writes data in to redo files every 3 sec.  It flushes data while DBWR singled. Only one process is available.   
  18. 18. PMON is called as Process Monitor. It clears locks. It clears resource of dead user process.  It wakes up periodically (every 3 seconds) and  pings every user process connection for  housekeeping.  It registers connection between dispatcher and instance to listener in MTS server. It clears up and rollback uncommitted  transactions. 
  19. 19. Oracle Server has 2 primary components. Called Database and Instance. Both part contains 2 sub components.  Physical and Logical are sub-parts of Database.  SGA and Background processes are sub-parts  of Instance.  All part has own characteristic & importance.  After clearing this, learning of DBA becomes very easy.  
  20. 20. Oracle Architecture in Nutshell 1Z0-042 Oracle Administration I Chapter-2 Prepared by Gitesh Trivedi gitesh@www.dbametrix.com

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